Prof calls GOP an ‘extremist terrorist organization’

Patrick McCarthy, who has served as Associate Dean of Library and Information Access since June 2013, according to his Linkedin, made the remark while commenting on a Newsweek article shared by a Facebook friend of his, which was titled “Right-Wing Extremists Are a Bigger Threat to America Than ISIS.”

They’re working toward rationalizing large scale violence.

  • Shebel

    Hopefully ,he is correct.
    Would he care to bare is throat?

  • canminuteman

    Civil war is coming. They are going to be shocked when they find out how well equipped we are and how skilled we are in the martial arts.

    • shasta

      I have been hearing this for at least the last 10+ years. I’m afraid I will be long gone and will miss the fun before it comes about. A more likely scenario is that the west will continue to fade away as the new dark age slowly takes over.

  • simus1

    So he is actually a glorified librarian grad from milwackky u.
    Somewhat higher up the pecking order than earning a similar degree by correspondence in the joint but with plenty of free time on his hands to harass “conservatives”.

  • Alain

    I admit to being unable to keep up. I thought it was Russia that was a bigger threat than ISIS, and now this one says it is the GOP. I do wonder if this is the same GOP that keeps sabotaging Trump and knifing him in the back at every turn.

    • mobuyus

      Next week it will be us.

  • Exile1981

    I don’t think they are working towards it. They are trying to stir their followers up enough to make sure when it does happen it is particularily bloody.

  • Norman_In_New_York

    These idiots are in for a rude awakening when they leave their campuses and venture into the real world.

  • mobuyus

    I thought they were supposed to shut the fuck up in a library.

  • Drunk_by_Noon

    I can’t wait until White Christians start blowing shit up and producing execution videos

  • Hard Little Machine

    These are children merely screaming for attention

    • canminuteman

      They might act like children screaming for attention, but after they graduate they will be working for the government and running for office. In the not to distant future they will be making lawa to tell us how to live.

      • Hard Little Machine

        Possibly. I tend to think that everything will implode in flames before that. Not that that’s a bad thing, mind you. I’d rather have anarchy than bad law.